Barbara's 16th Annual Jewish Festival
Experience the rich
traditions and culture of the Jewish people at the 17th Annual
Santa Barbara Jewish Festival. Bigger and better than ever
enjoy an afternoon filled with dance, food, crafts, art,
information and the sights and sounds of our joyous culture. This
year we add a silent action, treasure sale, Park Halom for the
kids, an Israeli Art Exposition, and extended hours. Sunday April
27th, 2003, 11 am to 6 pm at Oak Park. Admission and parking
- Park Halom
Children will be captivated by Park Halom, the all-day kids'
activity area complete with rock climbing wall, moon bounce,
games, races, face painting, crafts, and other activities.
There is always so much to see and do that it seems like the day
passes far too quickly.
This year the Festival will enjoy extended hours, ending at 6
pm, so everyone can enjoy all that the festival has to offer,
or at least not feel rushed trying to do it all.
27th, 2003, 11 am to 6 pm at Oak Park.
Become a Sponsor
From volunteering, to
sponsoring, to having your own exhibit, there are many
opportunities to become involved in the festival. Follow the links
above to see where you can help.
Master of Ceremonies
Cantor Kenny Ellis of Temple Beth Haverim joins us this year as our festival Master-of-Ceremonies.
Cantor Ellis will
launch the day of engaging entertainment on two
stages, including Israeli dancing,
musical talents, several special guest speakers, story telling, a prize drawing,
and more. On the grounds spanning the stages you will find a delightful selection
of foods, unique
crafts, games, and the always popular previously-owned book sale.
a day full of the sights, sounds, and delights of the
Guest Speakers -
The Santa Barbara Jewish Festival is
sponsored by the Santa Barbara Jewish Federation.